A question that often gets asked on our Unschooling Catholics email list is...what do I tell grandparents? Cousins? Relatives? How do I explain this to my parish priest when Father asks? What do we share about unschooling at family gatherings, especially if everyone seems a bit anti?
I have found that the best approach is just to share all the marvellous things we do...and then gradually ask questions about the other's life and the topic is safely steered. If someone is particularly interested, I will share our learning is life, life is learning approach.
Ultimately, I think the proof is in the pudding.
In the meantime, Julie from Bravewriter has shared tips in her post on /When they don't get it ....
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Saturday, May 19, 2012
From a newspaper article in an Australian newspaper . “When you home-educate, especially using the natural learning method as we do, learning becomes so much part of your lifestyle, you don’t even realise you’re doing it. You’re just having conversations,” says Wight.